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Old 09-28-01, 09:10 PM
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Dell is having a 20% off software and peripheral sale this weekend.

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/i...customer_id=04
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Is the discount already reflected in the prices? It doesn't look like it, but I don't see any mention of any 20% off deals. I see $25 off $100 and free shipping.

My first thought was to go looking for lt150's
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Originally posted by belboz
Is the discount already reflected in the prices? It doesn't look like it, but I don't see any mention of any 20% off deals. I see $25 off $100 and free shipping.

My first thought was to go looking for lt150's
My bad.

I left off the "customer_id" part that sent you to the small business section (thought it might be some kind of referral type thing). Instead the link went to the home section. I fixed it so try it again.
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Shop this weekend and get the software and peripherals your business needs at outstanding 20% savings when you buy online.

This offer applies to tens of thousands of items available through DellTM Software and Peripherals at great prices every day (excludes PowerConnectTM switches). But we can't offer this steep discount for long, so act now before it's gone.

Your discount will be subtracted from the regular price shown when you add the item(s) to your online shopping cart. View your cart to see how much you save!

Offer available ONLINE ONLY. Offer expires 9/30/2001
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I just got around to browsing for deals. Alas, they appear to no longer be selling the lt150's.

I did find a 39160 controller for $175.44 shipped which isn't bad at all.

Anyone find anything interesting?

BTW, X, thanks for the tip.
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I would really like to get a modem that allows me to receive calls while on line.. and flashes a message on the screen saying who it is...


THIS looks good...

but why does it mention 14.4???

"ACTIONTEC
Call Waiting Modem 56K 14.4 EXT USB External
56 Kbps K56Flex, V.90, None, 5 years warranty , MNP-5, V.42bis, Drivers & Utilities, 1 ( 1 ) x modem phone line / RJ-11, Retail, 1 x serial USB / 4 PIN USB Type B female, MNP-4, ITU V.42, MNP-2, MNP-3, Bell 103, ITU V.21, Bell 212A, ITU V.22, ITU V.2 "


Anyone?
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Originally posted by Sominex

but why does it mention 14.4???
Probably refers to its FAX speed. Pretty standard.

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